USA Health Introduces the Caring Connections Program

USA Health launches the Caring Connections Program, which lets you send personalized messages to COVID patients as well as healthcare workers to encourage them amid the global crisis. 
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USA Health has come up with a heartwarming campaign named Caring Connections program, that allows citizens to send personalized and encouraging messages to COVID-19 patients as well as healthcare workers on the frontline. 

Visitors may submit their messages through an online form available on the Caring Connections official page. Through this form, citizens will be able to send general messages for patients or employees at USA Health hospitals or outpatient clinics. They will also have the option to mention their names or may choose to remain anonymous message senders. 

In a scenario where any sort of socializing may prove to be fatal, it is fair to say that USA Health’s initiative is indeed a great source of encouragement for those fighting the COVID battle – be it patients, doctors, or nurses.

Kim Waren, director of patient relations at USA Health commented, “We at USA Health are inspired daily by the encouragement our healthcare providers are getting from the community. We recognize the power of positive words, and we want to make it easy for people to send these messages both to our employees and patients. We want to hear from you.”

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Karen also stressed on the importance of maintaining privacy in this process. He assured that Names or other identifying information will be kept confidential, and messages will be communicated directly to the specified recipient. 

The USA Health official page reads, “USA Health’s Caring Connections Program lets you send a word of encouragement or a kind thought to loved ones and USA Health employees. General messages for all patients and employees will be distributed digitally or displayed on television monitors in our facilities. Names or other identifying information will be removed prior to posting to protect patient privacy.”

Citizens might as well send a handwritten card to their loved ones. In that case, USA Health has asked to email the image to kweeks@health.southalabama.edu., and the rest will be taken care of. 

 

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